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Hewlett Packard and Mark Hurd (C)
 

Author:  Ashish Nanda and Nicholas Semi Haas
Product Number:  HLS 13-14
Publication Date:  November 26, 2012
Length:  3 pgs
Cost per Copy:  $3.00

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Abstract
On June 29, 2010, Hewlett Packard’s (HP) highly successful CEO Mark Hurd received a letter from a lawyer alleging he had sexually harassed a former HP contractor. Hurd shared the letter with HP’s general counsel Michael Holston. The case series follows the general counsel’s and the HP board’s decision-making process as they coped with the scandal.

Learning Objectives
This case series allows participants to discuss how the board and the general counsel (GC) can address a crisis that engulfs the CEO of a corporation. Faced with a potential scandal, what facts and possible consequences should the board and the GC take into account? How can they best address events and possibilities proactively?

Subjects Covered
Corporate Counsel
Ethics
Crisis Management

Setting Geographic
United States
Industry: Technology
Event Year Begin: 2010

See Also:
Hewlett Packard and Mark Hurd (A)
Hewlett Packard and Mark Hurd (B)
Hewlett Packard and Mark Hurd (D)

 

 
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